Showcasing the Demo by
Mr. Raman Dutt and Mr.Anant Bhasin
Workshop on July 9th and 10th - 2.00pm - 4.00pm
Meeting ID: 574 738 9850
N-Hack Coding Club at Neerja Modi School is proud to bring to you Code Fest, a coding extravaganza!
Code Fest will be a series of Hackathons to provide our coding enthusiasts and budding developers with opportunities to learn and master new skills, make new friends and build awesome projectsThere will be two Hackathons.
We're calling the first one Her Code, an exclusive hackathon for girls and the next one has been named We Code, open to all students across the board.
Women are a highly underrated group in the STEM field. With this said, Her Code is supporting and celebrating women innovators and inviting women developers, creators, designers, and hackathon enthusiasts to showcase their projects to the world and take them to the next level.01
The We Code Hackathon will encourage more young minds to take a keen interest in engineering and technology. We want to empower students with critical thinking skills that will make them better prepared to enter the workforce tomorrow.
All participants will receive e-certificates and winners will receive exciting prizes. The problem statements will be released on Day 1 of the workshop scheduled on July 6,7 and 8 from 12.00- 2.00 PM.
Under-representation of Women in STEM.
Access to healthcare in rural areas of India
|Make a Blog and host it on any platform of your choice. (could be on Github Pages)||Make a Blog and host it on any platform of your choice. (could be on Github Pages)|
|It can include, both in theme and in content, the importance of Healthcare,the current situation, and steps that can improve this especially awareness in rural areas or any other aspects relevant to the theme of the Hackathon.||It can include, both in theme and in content, the importance of Healthcare,the current situation, and steps that can improve this especially awareness in rural areas or any other aspects relevant to the theme of the Hackathon.|
|Additionally, it can incorporate feedback mechanisms or ways for reader contribution||Additionally, it can incorporate feedback mechanisms or ways for reader contribution|
|The blog can be dynamic enough to include structured content covering this from various angles||The blog can be dynamic enough to include structured content covering this from various angles|
three workshops will be conducted on July 6,7 and 8th 2022. The workshop will help you prepare for the competition and provide you with a ladder for your STEM and entrepreneurial journey.
Raman Dutt is currently pursuing an integrated Masters and PhD in Biomedical Artificial Intelligence at the University of Edinburgh. He completed his undergraduate degree in Computer Science from Shiv Nadar University, India. During his bachelor’s, he published multiple research papers at international conferences and also served as the president of the programming society at his university. After completing his bachelor’s, he worked as a research assistant at Emory University, USA. He is passionate about research and community building.
Anant Bhasin graduated from Shiv Nadar University in 2022, with an undergraduate degree in Computer Science and Engineering. While in university, he served as the chairperson of the Department Society. Anant is an alumnus of the Google Summer of Code program, and is a proponent for Open Source. He also hosts a podcast where he interviews tech startups, and other interesting personas in the Indian tech field. He currently works at Goldman Sachs, in an Engineering role. Anant is passionate about community building and ensuring inclusivity in tech.
Kartik Gokhale, a third-year undergraduate student in the Department of Computer Science & Engineering Department at IIT Bombay. He is currently working as a research intern at the Peter L Reichertz Institute of Medical Informatics at TU Braunschweig, Germany.